top of page

Giant Cargo Airships Could Ease Supply-Chain Issues in N. Canada

There has been a lot of debate whether to let airships come back in force after the Hindenburg disaster of 1937. However, there has been development in the field to use alternate gases such as helium to lift the airships without any "hydrogen" related risks. If airships make a strong comeback, then numerous regions in the North of Canada, especially the Tundra region will not suffer freight delays during winters.

Want to read more?

Subscribe to www.akapenergy.com to keep reading this exclusive post.

Subscribe Now

Recent Posts

See All

Helium leak detectors are used to test the performance of seals used in vacuum chambers. Ferrotec of Woolwich in London produces ferrofluid materials for these seals to meet the most extreme performan

bottom of page